SOME NONSENSICAL STUFF. OR AT LEAST SOME STUFF THAT'S MORE NONSENSICAL THAN NORMAL.

Try as I might, I'm not always able to rationalize a connection between stuff I just felt like writing and things that might pass for useful business insight.  Some of it is just...well...stuff I just felt like writing.

If you've carefully explored all of corners of this website, you might have already found such pieces on the Articles page, mixed in with the more useful (putatively, at least) business writings.  There was an article about Sam Silverman, the legendary Boston boxing promoter. There was one the title of which--"How to Be a Successful Consultant"--might have made it sound as though it could be useful but was really written just for yucks. 

In the interest of quarantining such exercises in pure self indulgence from real business content, I've decided to add a page to this site. So if you look at the navigation bar up at the top of this page, you'll see a new addition: Loose Change.  That's where you'll find those not-necessarily-business-related articles.

To kick things off, I've posted a new piece:  "What's in a Name?"  Go here and give it a look.  I make no claims that it will increase your bottom line.  But it might give you pleasant five minutes or so.

JG